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Dick Smart 2.007 (1967)

Lady Lister has gathered five of the most renowned nuclear scientists in the world and stashed them in her secret, underground Brazilian lair. She has developed a means of converting coal into diamonds using a controlled nuclear explosion.

Director:

Francesco Prosperi (as Franco Prosperi)
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Credited cast:
Richard Wyler ... Dick Smart
Margaret Lee ... Lady Lister
Rosana Tapajós Rosana Tapajós ... Jeanine Stafford
Flavia Balbi Flavia Balbi
Elio Guerriero Elio Guerriero
Alfredo Leuti Alfredo Leuti
Valentino Macchi Valentino Macchi
Tullio Altamura Tullio Altamura
Bernadette Kell Bernadette Kell
Assunta De Paoli Assunta De Paoli
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paolo Ginori Conti Paolo Ginori Conti
Fregolente Fregolente
Guido Lauzi Guido Lauzi
Giuseppe Schettino Giuseppe Schettino
Max Turilli Max Turilli
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Lady Lister has gathered five of the most renowned nuclear scientists in the world and stashed them in her secret, underground Brazilian lair. She has developed a means of converting coal into diamonds using a controlled nuclear explosion.

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Country:

Italy

Release Date:

9 March 1967 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Dick Smart 2007 See more »

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Mono

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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Slightly above-average 60's Euro-Spy flick
8 July 2008 | by gridoon2018See all my reviews

Dick Smart is a womanizing secret agent who is so effective at his job, he gets 1 million dollars per mission as a reward. This time he is after a criminal organization, led by Lady Lister, that has found a way to turn carbon into diamonds - but only during the process of a controlled atomic bomb explosion. His investigation takes him to Rio, along with his nerdy (but still delicious) female assistant. This film pales in comparison to the James Bond outings of its era, but compared to some other 60's Euro-Spy flicks, it fares better. For one thing, it seems to have been made with a considerable budget behind it, allowing for some stunts and explosions completely missing from, say, "New York Calling Superdragon". Richard Wyler is OK in the title role: obviously he doesn't have the screen charisma of Sean Connery, but he is convincing enough in action (though some fight scenes are unnecessarily sped-up, possibly for comic effect). Margaret Lee is at her sexiest in this movie, and plays a pleasingly strong character. The script is kind of sloppy and sometimes the film jumps from scene to scene without much logic, but in this sub-genre, you could do much worse. (**)


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